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ABC
Feb 4, 2013 5:00pm EST
soldier died from suicide every day last year according to new statistics out from the pentagon. the 325 deaths set a new record. the army officials said the number exceeded those in afghanistan during the same period. >>> the grandstand of a county fairground goes up in fire but this was no accident. why the city decided to burn it to the ground. >>> what are the odds of getting this to win a game right after falling down. we'll hear from the high schooler who made that unlikely buzzer beater. >>> a fire torches a grandstand in austin, minnesota. it was used as a training session for firefighters. the department said burning down the stand will save the city $30,000 in removal costs. >>> a football a nat tech in california turned his lawn into a mini super bowl stadium. check it out. it looks like the field from the super bowl. they have a ravens end zone and a niners end zone and the nfl logos. the man who created it said it took about 15 hours and his neighbors supports his stadium work but i'm sure they hope it's gone today. >>> a high school basketball player in l.a. hits a
FOX
Feb 17, 2013 5:00pm PST
budget this year. $46 billion of that sliced from the pentagon. in addition, to the defense cuts the deadline would mean 10,000 laid-off teachers, a reduction in border patrol agents. $1 billion taken perfect relief funds ares for disaster victims and longer waits in airport screening lines of it's even threatening a nationwide meat shortage for furloughs for inspectors. >> it was requested by the president and it was his idea signed into law by h him. >> the president promised in the campaign sequestration would not happen and it's happening. >> he is getting to the $4 trillion target that economists across the country telling you that is needed to stabilize the debt. >> reporter: there are very real fears outside of the beltway that lawmakers can't and won't get a deal conin time. >> for me it's going hurt law enforcement. it's going to hurt the fbi and others. >> reporter: in new york, jane metzler, fox news. >>> in washington the white house defended president obama's immigration bill proposal wake-up to congressional efforts. >> we're doing exactly what we said we would do. we'l
FOX
Feb 4, 2013 5:00pm PST
pentagon estimates 19,000 sexual sexual assaults happened last year. >>> virgin america says they plan to begin flying between san jose and los angeles may 1. they will have four flights a day. tickets for the flights go on sale tomorrow. >>> an audit said the faa isn't moving fast enough to improve safety on smaller airlines. the faa needs to move faster on safety standards, rest periods for pilots. the change is mandated after a crash outside of new york. the audit says the faa is taking longer than expected to publish new requirements for all airlines. >>> 9 years ago today the way people communicate change forever. facebook was launched exactly 9 years ago. facebook now has a billion members who spend 700 billion minutes a month on facebook. facebook is also available in 70 languages and the company has been valued at $50 billion. >>> sports fans bet $98.9 million on the super bowl. the nevada game and control board said they made $7.3 million on a wide range of super bowl bets, 2 dozen bets related to colin kaepernick who played college football in nevada. one that lost money
FOX
Feb 22, 2013 5:00pm PST
grounded. the pentagon says it's still investigating and that it's just too early to know the entire impact of this problem. >>> tonight we have information on a different type of identity theft that you may not be aware of. it's kind of like a mutant form of i.d. theft that has a sneaky way of taking both your money and your reputation. >>> joe duncan and her husband have spent 11 years building their garage door business. they pride themselves on their good reputation and their hard work. then someone stole their business identity. affordable garage doors of pacifica. >> i'm more worried about my customers. if i'm told, an affordable garage door does a good job, instead of me you get them. i don't know what they're going to do to you. >> reporter: the thieves used the old fashion yellow pages buying up ads with the name affordable garage doors, but put their own phone number on it. >> a lot of the elderly people still use the phone book. >> reporter: but the yellow pages now calling themselves y.p. refuse to talk to us about the situation. and according to duncan, have not helped m
FOX
Feb 7, 2013 5:00pm PST
killed. >> u.s. defense secretary leon panetta confirmed for the first time the pentagon supported providing arms to opposition groups in syria. president obama decided not to arm the rebels and that he supported that decision. johnjury room -- john mccain said the president should have followed the advice. >>> a hearing took place today for president obama's nominee to be the next director of the cia. it was interrupted several times by demonstrators. they demanded lawmakers st the drone program. he is believed to play a leading role in the drone program. >>> we are going to find him. you can't have this many people looking for you and not be found. >> we are monitoring the police hunt for chris dorner who is wanted for killing three people, including police officer. >> as promised, democrats unveiled a long list of gun control bills. hear how a bay area city played a key role in the announcement. the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at chase we're pioneering innovations that make banking simple. deposi
FOX
Feb 27, 2013 5:00pm PST
million on conferences. pentagon, $89 million. >> reporter: the agency said it could earn more than it spends by meeting new clients. scott mcfarlane, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> protesters from a local group that works on drug and alcohol rehabilitation staged a rally in front of ktvu channel 2 news. they wanted to distance themselves we reported on monday in a report about donations made that may not be going to real charities. the organization affirmed what we reported, building for a solid foundation is a legal non- profit group. >> they take our idea and go out on the streets and do wrong. >> organizers say the individuals in our report were part of their group at one point but now are considered ren grades. she claims some of -- renegades. >>> they may decide whether to accept bowings fix. all were grounded last month because of a battery fire on one plane and a smoking battery on another. the faa is in a tough spot to approve a fix without knowing the cause. the fix would prevent the spread of any fires should they occur. >> as warm as it is right now, according to our chief meteor
FOX
Feb 5, 2013 5:00pm PST
benefits. no final decision has been made on which benefits will be included. but the pentagon is likely to allow same-sex partners to have access to health and wellness programs. the change would come 16 months after the pentagon repealed its ban on openly gay service members. >>> there was a bit of drama today on capitol hill during a hearing on immigration reform. protesters stood in the back of the hearing room and you just heard them there shouting undocumented and unafraid. capital police then led them outside. lawmakers then debated strengthening border security and whether to offer citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants in the u.s. but some members warned against rushing legislation without fixing the problem. >>> the representatives of san jose is a member of the committee that met today. as jaquelin fell reported, he has been leading secret meetings on immigration reform. this is a story you will see only on 2. >> reporter: san jose congresswoman lofgrin has plenty to say publicly about immigration. >> it's a mess from top to bottom. >> reporter: but ktvu has learne
FOX
Feb 20, 2013 5:00pm PST
automatic spending cuts are set to take place and the pentagon is issuing a dire warning. military officials say almost 800,000 civilian workers could be forced to take a day of unpaid leave each week. that's the equivalent of a 20% pay cut. the furlough which starts in the last week of april and continue for at least 22 weeks. >> these critical members of our workforce work in our depos they maintain our tanks, aircraft, ships. they teach our kids. >> the order also doesn't differentiate between essential and nonessential personnel however the pentagon could approve waivers if congress doesn't strike a deficit reduction deal by the march sst dealt line affected workers would get at least 30 days advance notice. >>> the opening rounds of pga match play championship will resume tomorrow after a snow delay in arizona. this is what it looked like this morning at dove mountain north of tucson. the pros got in over 3 hours of golf before play had to be stopped. after that the only thing happening on the green was a snowball fight. it was the second time in three years snow has forced a
CBS
Feb 21, 2013 5:00pm EST
have started telling workers at dozens of federal agencies including the pentagon, the agricultural department, homeland security and the national park city that their jobs could be affected if the cuts kick in on march 1. and a new poll finds that 33% of the americans are hoping to see that if they cannot reach a budget deal. >> reporter: but the government furloughs have workers pretty upcement that's why wusa9 started a petition as we are asking you to talk about this if they are furloughed due to sequestration. go to wusa9.com and you'll find a petition on our home page. >>> up next, 30 million people in 18 states are under a winter storm warning and heavy snowplows through the midwest. tom? >> reporter: yeah, we will talk about what the blizzard of oz is going to mean to us. we'll show you some temperatures right now. still pretty cold. these are actual windchills. feeling like it is 31 downtown, 27 in gaithersburg and 25 in leesburg. we'll come back and talk about thunder snow. we'll show you where the thunder snow occurred and we'll talk about an evening commute tomorrow that
CBS
Feb 15, 2013 5:00pm EST
about the hagel nomination for the pentagon chief over there. we're seeing something we don't usually see and that is senators sort of putting the brakes on one of their own. how often have you seen that sort of thing happen and will chuck hagel eventually be confirmed to your mind? >> i don't know the answer. a lot of people are saying that in the end he will be confirmed on a very narrow vote, but i'm not ready to say that yet. there's a great deal of dissatisfaction not just with chuck hagel who did not make all that good an impression during his confirmation hearing, but beyond that there are republicans who are trying their best to find out what happened on that night in benghazi when those four americans died and they still are not satisfied with the answers they're getting. so i'm not sure. i wouldn't bet the ranch right now that he will ever be confirmed, but that should come to a head in about a week when congress comes back from yet another vacation. >> all right. bob schieffer, face the nation on sunday, thank you so much for your time this afternoon. >> okay. >>> gas price
CBS
Feb 6, 2013 5:00pm EST
. the pentagon officials confirmed that panetta will recommend a military pay cut. salaries limited to a 1% increase, smaller than in years past. final approval would come from congress, which is talking as much about sequester blame as solutions. playing games. give new meaning to the term, march madness. because that's what will resolve if we have to face a sequester. >> that's why i plot to not have this in the first place. but a president didn't want to have to deal with the debt limit again before his reelection. >> secretary panetta says se quest ration shows congress governing by crisis, leaving the military with no good options. in washington, emily schmidt, wusa9. >> secretary panetta spoke today at georgetown university and there, he told the crowd he hoped it was one of his last speeches as secretary of defense. as you know, president obama nominated former senator, chuck hagel, to replace him. >>> and president obama nominated the president of one of the leading outdoor gear retailers to be his new interior secretary. sally dual, who runs r.e.i. a former becking executive and
CBS
Feb 4, 2013 5:00pm EST
zales at pentagon city mall from 11 a.m. investigators say two men pulled out hammers and started smashing display cases inside the store. all four men then grabbed the jewelry, took off. 27 rings and $128,000 later this stuff is still out there. investigators are hoping this video will lead them to the thieves. if you know anything about this, call arlington county police. >>> feeding a family on $5 a day, it may seem impossible, but thousands of people in our area do it every week. still ahead we'll put you in their shoes. >> we have sunshine here in northwest, but some snow showers off to the west in the mountains. we'll show you temperatures, cold but not crazy cold, temperatures mainly above freezing, 36 downtown, 34 in la plata and gaithersburg and 36 in manassas and fairfax. we'll come back and track these snow showers and also a change in the weather pattern later this week. >> the man accused of killing a former navy seal and new york times bestseller is on suicide (woman) 3 days of walking to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo
CBS
Feb 13, 2013 5:00pm EST
. >>> a police officer at the pentagon forced protection -- forest protection agency got the medal of valley. officer thomas received the medal for his brave actions off duty. back in 2011 thomas was at a convenience store in clinton when a gunman got into a fight with another man. thomas identified himself as a police officer and ordered the suspect to drop the gun, but the man refused and turned toward thomas. that is when the officer opened fire and killed the suspect. today's ceremony was held in the pentagon's hall of heroes. >>> coming up senator marco rubio explains why he had to reach so far for that drink of water during last night's republican response to the state of the union. >> reporter: could moms and dads across the country suddenly be able to find good free preschool? i'm bruce leshan, this story coming up. >> reporter: i'm danielle nottingham at the vatican. coming up thousands of followers packed st. peter's >>> catholics packed st. peter's basilica in vatican city today and stood outside to watch the pope celebrate ash wednesday mass. >> they wanted one final gl
CBS
Feb 14, 2013 5:00pm PST
. it's the most >> pelley: the pentagon orders cuts because of the federal budget impasse. shipyard workers may be the first to go. the beauty and the blade-- a sports hero is arrested in the murder of a model. mark phillips has the story. and anthony mason with history for sale, memories of the life and death of a president. >> "12:52... 1:00, my president is dead." captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. 4,000 people who have been adrift at sea for four days are finally nearing shore tonight. this is a live image of the carnival cruise ship "triumph" as she is towed into mobile bay, alabama, this evening. she is expected to dock in just a few hours. she left galveston, texas, a week ago, loaded with her maximum 3,143 passengers and a crew of 1,100. the brochure described a four- day cruise in the caribbean, but an engine room fire left her adrift and powerless.
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